Thoughts on life by Teri McCarthy


Aged Clay is Better: But It Stinks!

Posted by admin in August 3rd, 2009 | 5 comments 
Published in faith, Uncategorized

Effects of Aging Clay: aging lends better workability to clay. To age clay, it is left open to the air for a day or two after mixing. This allows microscopic organisms to move into and grow within the clay. These organisms add more plasticity to the clay. The one drawback aged clay has is that […]

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